Oct
15
2021

Kepong Botanic Garden | Taman Botani Kepong

We brought the boys to Kepong Botanic Garden last weekend. The Daddy stumbled upon this place last month when he was delivering mooncakes. The entire garden is so huge. Entrance fee is RM1 per person for those 12 years and above. Parking fee is RM5 if you park inside but we did not. We parked outside which is free of charge. The first thing that caught our sight when we started walking was the tortoises. […]

Oct
10
2021

Ampang Hillview

We finally came out of our cave since lockdown. Last Sunday we brought the boys to Ampang Hillview to see the KL skyline. Darling and I used to frequent Ampang Lookout Point when we were dating but that place is closed now.  Can you see KL Tower and KLCC? My heroes. Ethan showing off his Liverpool FC face mask that I bought from Shopee We also brought the boys to Tugu Negara as Ayden recently […]

Oct
9
2021

National Monument | Tugu Negara

Ayden recently learned about Tugu Negara during his BM lesson. He told us about it so the Daddy thought why not bring him over to see the real thing? And so we did. We went there last Sunday at 5.30pm. The place is open until 6pm so it was quite empty by then.  War memorial in Kuala Lumpur Address: Perdana Botanical Garden Jalan Parlimen Kuala Lumpur City Centre 50480 Kuala Lumpur Operating hours: Sunday 7am–6pm […]

Jul
3
2021

My 1st Dose of Sinovac Vaccination DONE!

1st dose Sinovac done! Received notification for my appointment at 5.45pm. Dropped everything at home and rushed over to MITEC and all done by 6.30pm. Phew! Mimpi also kenot believe this will happen today Update on 4/7/2021: SIX of my friends got their vaccination appointments today after updating their MySejahtera app so please update yours too (including the pregnant and breastfeeding part)

May
15
2021

Teachers’ Day Dedication

Teachers’ Day is here but this year we can’t bake anything or present red pens or beauty sheet mask to our children’s teacher due to the pandemic. So how do they convey their heartfelt gratitude towards their dedicated and hardworking teacher? Virtually of coz.. Ayden and his classmates with all their parents came together to make this video possible. We presented it to his teacher as an early Teachers’ Day gift. Needless to say, she […]

May
10
2021

Hari Raya Cookies Recipes

Hari Raya is just around the corner. I hope it is not too late to share these simple Raya cookies recipes and tutorial videos: Kurma Cornflakes Cookies Ingredients: 150g dates 250g cornflakes 250g salted butter 140g sugar 300g self-raising flour 1 egg 1 tsp vanilla extract  Tutorial video here: Biskut Ketupat Ingredients: 400g plain flour 30g corn flour 250g salted butter 150g sugar 1 egg 1 tsp baking powder 25g cocoa powder 1 tsp instant […]

Apr
30
2021

Money Sense in Kids with Digital Banking Technology

I don’t remember at what age money first fascinated me. I do remember though that I was always on the lookout for coins on the ground. The joy of discovering them was just priceless; not that I could do much with them though. Kids these days have it better than us. They are often pampered with luxury but I try not to splurge on my kid. I want him to learn to appreciate money. As […]

Apr
16
2021

My Shopee Haul: Sports Bra Review

Let’s do a sports bra review today Since MCO happened last March, I started wearing sports bra everyday because they are more comfy than our ordinary much restricting bras. But it wasn’t easy to find a sports bra that fits and have proper support. After trying several sports bra, I’d like to share 3 of my favourite types of sports bra today. Each of them have their own purpose. Only one type is suitable for […]

Apr
9
2021

Best Pandan Leaves Recipes

COLLECTION OF BEST PANDAN RECIPES | WHAT TO DO WITH PANDAN LEAVES Pandan leaf has an amazing pleasant and sweet aroma. Here in Malaysia, we are very fortunate as it is very easy to grow pandan leaves.  I love to place a whole bunch of fresh pandan leaves in the car as an air freshener. Though it smells amazing, it also makes me hungry thinking of all the food flavored with pandan leaves.  Pandan leaves […]

Apr
1
2021

MY SHOPEE HAUL: Cheap toys with Free Shipping

Before the pandemic, I don’t know much about online shopping but since we started to stay at home, I’ve been shopping online frequently. I don’t spend much though as I usually browse to see if there is any interesting cheap buys especially when it comes to toys for the boys. My favourite is when they throw some items at dirt cheap rates inclusive of FREE SHIPPING. If you follow me on Facebook, you’ll see me […]

Mar
26
2021

Fruit Hack: How to Cut Papaya Easily Without Peeling the Skin

The hubby has a habit of buying fruits and leaving it there waiting for me to cut them. I used to hate it when he buys papaya as I have difficulty peeling the skin because my palm is not big enough to grip it. A couple of years ago, I discovered a way to cut it without the need to peel it first and from that time onwards, I am no longer angry when he […]

Mar
20
2021

How to bury a RAT

When a cat presents you a dead rat… you bury it (the rat not the cat 😅) What you’ll need: 1) A mini hoe 2) Tree bark 3) Branches Watch how the boys bury the rat. They were rushing against time as the cat is nearby to snatch the rat away 🤦🏻‍♀️

Mar
13
2021

Fruit Hack: How to Cut Mangoes Easily Without Peeling the Skin

Mango season is here. How do you cut your mangoes? The hubby takes an hour to cut them because he peels them first before cutting the flesh. I on the other hand, take less than 5 minutes because I skip the peeling part and get cubed mangoes instantly. Here’s how I do it: Since we are talking about how to cut fruits, here’s how I cut papaya easily without the need to peel the skin […]

Mar
10
2021

How to Use Ninja Pack | Quick & Hassle-Free Way to Send Parcels

Year 2020 was a challenge with the onset of the pandemic and all of us trying to cope with the New Normal. Year 2021 is not much better but what have we learn during this difficult period of time? We learned to stay at home and limit our movement without compromising our interaction with others. Suddenly online meet-ups IS the way to be. We hold meetings virtually, our kids studied online and just last month, […]

Mar
5
2021

Ethan’s first time changing a flat tyre

The Daddy had a flat tyre today. So happens Ethan is at home so he gets to experience how to change a flat tyre. While Ethan was helping the Daddy, a guy from the neighbourhood drove pass and asked if Ethan is a mechanic. Dengan rambut panjang dia tu, I think he looks like one too What did I do while both Ethan and the Daddy were changing the tyre? I stood there taking video […]

Feb
28
2021

AMONG US | IMPOSTER Paper Craft Toy

I’m not a gamer hence I know nothing about the game Among Us but Ayden is a huge fan of it. The other day he requested for an Among Us paper craft for him to play the offline version with his friends so I made him an Imposter. I used coloured paper, a cloth peg and glue to make this.  Watch this video to see how I made it: I also made AMONG US bookmarks […]

Feb
23
2021

Easy Pressure Cooker Tong Sui (Sweet Desserts) Recipes

Tong sui or sweet dessert is generally referring to a bowl of warm sweet soup served as dessert at the end of a meal. A traditional tong sui is packed with various nutrition and health benefits. Different ingredients brings different benefits hence it is good to rotate with different tong sui throughout the week. Aloe vera with honey Apple red dates tongsui Ginkgo barley tongsui Green bean (mung bean) with sago tongsui Pandan Leaf Tea Papaya Snow […]

Feb
22
2021

Staycation in Singapore

Travel makes us happy but when was the last time you traveled? Seems like ages ago right? All our travel plans back in 2020 were put on hold. The first quarter of 2021 does not look too promising either but I really hope the situation will improve tremendously by the time we hit the second half of this year. Traveling helps us experience life in different ways. There is only so much the internet can […]

Feb
21
2021

How to Cook Nasi Lemak Bunga Telang

I don’t usually fancy eating nasi lemak anymore when I dine out as it is getting really hard to find good nasi lemak these days. The ones out there are either not lemak enough or not fragrant enough. Maybe because I am spoilt by my mom’s awesome nasi lemak that make me quite fussy when it comes to this topic.  Nasi lemak is not just rice cooked in coconut milk. There’s actually a secret ingredient that […]

Feb
13
2021

元气满满MooMoo哒 Drum Cover

Since Ayden resumed online classes in late January this year, his school has been giving them lots of interesting assignments to be submitted online. I’ve shared two of them earlier – CNY Cooking Video and CNY Plum Blossom Art Today, I’ll be sharing another assignment – it is a dance assignment to the viral MooMoo song this year but instead of dancing, Ayden did what he does best; played the drum cover to that song. […]

Feb
10
2021

Chinese New Year Plum Blossom Art

Today, I am going to share this simple yet amazingly beautiful Chinese New Year Plum Blossom art. All we need is a piece of paper, some paint, a paintbrush, a toothbrush and a straw. First, drop some black paint or ink on the paper. Use straw to blow the ink to form branches. Use a toothbrush to sprinkle some colours onto the paper. You may touch up the branch that is covered by the paint […]

Feb
8
2021

Quick and Easy Nian Gao Recipe and Tutorial

Ayden’s school gave their students an assignment. The assignment is to record a video of them baking / making any Chinese New Year goodies (cookies / cakes / meals ) with their family member(s). Obviously we are excited to do that as cooking / baking is our forte. We decided to make Nian Gao using our pressure cooker so that I can also upload it onto our YouTube channel as I haven’t recorded a tutorial […]

Jan
21
2021

DIY Chinese New Year Angpow Decor Ideas

We will be celebrating Chinese New Year of the OX in 2021. It may be a little early but here we are sharing video tutorials on how to DIY OX from CNY lucky red packets. They are really simple to make so do try it out yourselves: ORIGAMI CUTE OX ORIGAMI OX HEAD DIY ANGPOW OX / COW DIY CNY OX ANGPOW ORIGAMI DIY YEAR OF THE OX ANGPOW ENVELOPE DIY YEAR OF THE OX […]

Jan
20
2021

Letter from Santa Claus

Last Christmas Ayden received an enchanting children’s book, “Letter from Santa Claus” by Robin Jones. Letter from Santa Claus tells a story set in the year 1949. It is about a five-year-old boy who is sick with pneumonia. In the spirit of Christmas, this young boy writes a letter to Santa Claus whilst being hospitalized. One morning, he is woken by his father who finds a letter from Santa on his hospital bed. In that […]

Jan
10
2021

Back to School Check-List

With a blink of an eye, the boys are going back to school. They spent most of their schooling days studying online from home in 2020 but now it is time to face the inevitable and return to physical schooling. I must admit that it is a mixed feeling to allow the boys to get back to school. In one way, I am glad that they are going to be reunited with their friends. They […]

Jan
3
2021

DIY Year Of The OX Cookies, Yee Sang and Angpao Crafts Ideas

We will be welcoming the Year of the OX this coming Chinese New Year. I would like to share some DIY ideas you can do for the Year of the OX. YEAR OF THE OX ALMOND BUTTER COOKIES First, let’s start with this cute and delicious buttery almond cookies. Imagine serving them to your guests. I’m sure it will be the center of attraction.  Click to watch the tutorial video as well as to get […]

Dec
15
2020

A fragrant surprise

This happened earlier this month. I only got the time to jot it here now as I was caught up with Christmas cookies order. Thank you for all your support. I hope my cookies will bring joy to many this festive season. Okay so here’s my story. A surprise came in the mail one day addressed to Darling. He’s not at home so I received it on his behalf. I called him and he told […]

Nov
27
2020

Homemade Christmas Fruitcake Cookies For SALE

Do you like FRUITCAKES but loves cookies more? Then you’ll LOVE this Christmas Fruitcake COOKIES. All the goodness of fruitcake in bite-sized crunchy cookies. I am not a huge fan of Christmas Fruitcake. It’s not that I don’t like them, I do like and eat them even but I just can’t eat a lot of it because they are somehow too rich. However, when it comes to cookies, I can eat them like there’s no […]

Nov
20
2020

Koleksi Resipi Kuih Muih Malaysia | Tried and Tested Traditional Snacks Recipe

KOLEKSI RESIPI KUIH MUIH MALAYSIA I just realised I’ve made quite a lot of kueh lately. Let me list them all down in alphabetical order. I assure you these are all tried and tested recipe hence they are guarantee jadi punya. ABOK ABOK BUNGA TELANG ANGKU KUEH APAM BALIK APAM GULA MELAKA APAM PUTIH (BAI TANG GAO) BAYAM CELUP TEPUNG BEBOLA BIJAN BEBOLA KELEDEK BEGEDIL DAGING BINGKA JAGUNG CEKODOK PISANG CHOCOLATE PANCAKE COCONUT CANDY CUCUR […]

Nov
12
2020

How to make FLUFFY CHOCOLATE PANCAKES

Ayden been pestering me for pancakes just because the cartoon he’s watching eats pancake for breakfast hence he wants to have pancakes for breakfast too You know me, if I think it is a simple task, I’ll make the boys do it themselves. Pancakes definitely falls into the EASY category so instead of me making them, I let Ayden make them for us. Can you see how happy he is making pancakes? He’s anticipating eating […]

Nov
9
2020

Homemade Granola Energy Bar

It is now confirmed that the boys will be studying from home until the end of the academic year in December. While Ayden will be back to school in January next year, Ethan will only go back in March.  This only means one thing – I need to make more snacks for them. The boys can’t stop munching when they are at home. Not only them, I can’t stop snacking too. I guess munching something […]

Oct
31
2020

Halloween Mummy Sandwich Snack

Happy Halloween from our family to yours. Throwback to a couple of years ago when we get to celebrate Halloween. Ayden loves Halloween. Big brother Ethan is not a fan though.  I once dressed Ayden up as a Mummy and he won a prize for our effort.  This year for Halloween, we may not be able to go out to celebrate but I still make it a point to spend some Halloween themed time with […]

Oct
18
2020

Horseshoe Fried Doughnuts (Ma Kiok) Recipe

Do you remember during the beginning of MCO back in March when we all first started staying home with nothing much to do? We began to experiment in the kitchen; looking for some easy viral recipes to make. Those were the days when you can see almost everyone posting on social media their Dalgona Coffee or You Tiao (Yau Char Kwai) or even Roti Canai.  Well where I am staying at, we are now experiencing […]

Aug
27
2020

HOMEMADE BAKED MOONCAKES FOR SALE

We’ll be celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival on the 1 October this year. It’s considered early but I am already baking mooncakes for sale. I thought of just warming up my oven for now hence I posted some pictures on my Facebook but to my surprise, orders have already started pouring in. Some have even collected their mooncakes while the rest secured their orders only to be collected mid September onwards.  I am only selling baked mooncakes […]

Aug
17
2020

Dine Safe at Dorsett Grand Subang : EAT ALL YOU CAN MAKANTHON

My family and I have not dined out since the beginning of MCO as I simply don’t have the confidence in bringing little Ayden out (other than to and from school). I’m also sceptical of places without proper SOP implementation hence the reason I prefer to stay home with the most we have done is to order food delivery to our house.  Two Saturdays ago was a historical day for our family as we finally […]

Aug
12
2020

What is Python and why is it important?

What is PYTHON? I am not computer savvy so I have no idea what PYTHON is until recently. We were all locked at home due to the pandemic, bored to tears and then I saw it – in my email, a promotion for e-learning on Python from 5T3M. I asked my boys if they are game to give it a try and they looked at me wide eyed, as clueless as myself. Since we have […]

Jul
27
2020

Fun and Educational DINOSAUR THEMED family board games

How is the New Normal treating you? For me and the boys, we still spend most of our time at home with the only time we are out is to school and back. Spending endless time at home also means having in hand lots and lots of games to keep us occupied. When I say games, I don’t mean online games but physical games that we can play together as a family. These are some […]

Jul
14
2020

Homemade Sweet Potato Crackers | Keropok

Since we have been staying home the past few months, my boys have not eaten ‘junk food’ as I don’t usually buy them to keep at home. I do however make healthy snacks for them such as this delicious oven-baked sweet potato fries:  Or this melt-in-your-mouth Chocolate Coated Cheesecake Bars:  I have a lot of sweet potatoes during lockdown that I have made many snacks from it. I did sweet potato ang ku […]

Jul
6
2020

Delicious VEGAN PEANUT BUTTER cookies recipe

I wanted to bake for a friend who is a vegan and also lactose intolerant. That means eggs and dairy milk are out. That also means cakes are out because I have never bake a cake without eggs or milk. I asked my baker friends and one suggested peanut cookies as it doesn’t require eggs except for the glazing part. I researched further and wooolah – VEGAN PEANUT BUTTER COOKIES and I made them from […]

Jul
2
2020

CHOCOLATE COATED CHEESECAKE recipe

Question: What’s greater than the combination of chocolate and cheesecake? Answer: A chocolate and cheesecake combo that tastes like ICE CREAM! Rich and creamy cheesecake coated in bittersweet dark chocolate. Eaten chilled, it is just like eating cheesecake ice-cream. The best part is, this chocolate coated cheesecake is ridiculously simple to bake so if you are thinking of hosting and impressing your guests, this is the one dessert that you should try baking. Ingredients: 70g […]

Jun
26
2020

A different kind of dumpling

This year we celebrated the Dragon Boat Festival differently. For once, we were neither back in my nor Darling’s hometown. We stayed put here in the Klang Valley. That also means that we would not be able to savor the delicious dumplings from our families. For that very same reason, I tried making dumplings but because I have never done this before, I do not know how to tie the dumplings. Hence I did it […]

Jun
15
2020

Soft and Fluffy Durian Cake Recipe

It’s the durian season again and we are blessed with an abundance of these King of fruits from my father-in-law’s orchard. While I ate most of them, I also kept some for baking as I simply love durian cakes. I made this super soft and fluffy durian cake using very basic ingredients which are readily available in our pantry. This recipe doesn’t call for the use of baking powder or baking soda as the whipped […]

Jun
3
2020

Super Easy 端午节 Crystal Red Bean Dumpling

The Dragon Boat Festival is fast approaching. Due to the current situation we are all in, we won’t be able to balik kampung to celebrate but that doesn’t mean we can’t try making our own dumplings. HOWEVER, the problem is we don’t know how to fold and tie dumplings and with the limited resources we have at home, I had to improvise to come up with this super easy ‘cheat’ way of NO FOLD, NO […]

May
28
2020

Quick and Easy Salmon Teriyaki recipe

My boys love to eat salmon. I like my salmon plain but they like it in teriyaki sauce. They’ll order salmon teriyaki whenever we dine at Japanese restaurants. Since we are not able to dine out anymore now, I mean we can dine out but it is obviously safer to stay safe at home with the kids so I made this simple yet super delicious dish for them. Salmon teriyaki has been a regular in […]

May
27
2020

Crispy Butter Chicken recipe

Crispy Butter Chicken is one of the easiest ‘restaurant’ dish to replicate at home. Ingredients are very basic which consist of mostly stuffs that we usually already have at home. This deliciously appetizing fried chicken is also one of the boys’ favourite dish hence it is a regular in our weekly menu.   Ingredients: Marinate: 1/4 cup water | air 1 egg white | telur putih 1/2 tsp salt | garam 2 tbs oyster sauce | […]

May
23
2020

Soft and Fluffy Sugar Doughnuts Recipe

Ayden loves doughnuts and we used to buy for him whenever we are out shopping. But since we are cooped at home during MCO/CMCO, he has been pestering me to make doughnuts for him which I eventually did.  This is our all-time favourite doughnut recipe. It makes soft and fluffy doughnuts using one secret ingredient. Well, it is not such a secret anymore since I am going to reveal it here anyway. The secret to […]

May
19
2020

Hotel Maya KL Delivers Traditional Favourites To The Comfort Of Our Home

Are you craving to have mouth-watering classic Malaysian dishes to buka puasa without burning a hole in your pocket? Then check out Hotel Maya Kuala Lumpur’s MALAYSIAN HERITAGE set meals priced at RM18 and RM20 only! Nasi Tomato + Ayam Masak Merah + Jelatah + Papadom = RM18 Nasi Kerabu + Ayam Goreng Berempah + Telur Masin + Kelapa Parut Ikan + Keropok Ikan = RM18 These sets comes with FREE dates too! You can also […]

May
16
2020

Resipi Apam Balik

If you have been following my Facebook or YouTube channel, you’ll see that we have been keeping ourselves occupied making local kuih muih that we can usually easily get from Bazaar Ramadan. The boys are the happiest, getting to savor all these delicious treats for tea. Click here to see the full list of what we’ve made. Today I’m sharing our favourite Apam Balik which is so simple to make, it’s unbelievable! Ingredients: 220g flour […]

May
10
2020

Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant now delivers to your home!

After 50 days of continuous cooking, I finally got my well deserved break on Mother’s Day Though we are unable to dine-out to celebrate, I am still treated like a Queen over a sumptuous Chinese dishes from Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant’s Takeaway menu from One World Hotel PJ We chose Combo Set B with a choice of 4 dishes from the Takeaway menu. The boys and the Daddy arranged this for me. The dishes of […]

May
3
2020

Resipi Kuih Keria Gula Melaka

The time spent at home has given me the opportunity to explore and improve my cooking / baking skills. The boys are constantly hungry and we are now craving for local delicacies in conjunction with the holy month of Ramadan. Not that we are fasting but our friends are and their many sharing on social media is making us salivating at home.  If previous years, we will just visit the bazaar for our local kuih […]

Apr
26
2020

Resipi Cucur Ikan Bilis

It is the holy month of Ramadan now. We miss buying those local kuih muih at Ramadan bazaar hence we try to make some ourselves. It is a bit tough as I have limited ingredients at home but I do have everything to make Cucur Ikan Bilis. The boys love this very much that they are already requesting to make it again. Bahan-bahan / Ingredients: 2 cawan tepung gandum  / 2 cups wheat flour 1 […]

Apr
19
2020

Broccoli with Mushroom in Oyster Sauce

On days that Ayden doesn’t have online lessons, he will sometimes help me in the kitchen. Yesterday, he cooked Broccoli with Mushroom in Oyster Sauce.  This is a very simple dish to cook. It takes very little time to prepare and even lesser time to cook. Watch this video to see our Little Chef Ayden dishing it out using our All In One cooker: 

Apr
16
2020

Ayden’s Science Presentation Video

After a month of staying home and about 2 weeks learning from home, the boys are getting comfortable with online learning. Big brother Ethan has to wake up early on certain days for online lessons but the rest of us sleep in till noon 😅 Lil’ Ayden has more homework and video assignments to do compared to Ethan. Today I’m sharing one of his assignment video. He learns Science in Mandarin as he is in […]

Mar
28
2020

Movement Control Order in Malaysia | Road closure

It’s 11 days into MCO yet some people are still not heeding the call to stay at home. For folks in PJ, police here have closed several major roads into the district as part of the movement control order (MCO).  The affected roads are Persiaran Mahogani Seksyen 9, Persiaran Jati Seksyen 8 and Persiaran Sungai Buloh which are around the Kota Damansara area. Jalan Gasing road bordering Kuala Lumpur has also been closed. This means […]

Mar
17
2020

Art & Craft Idea: Paper Plate SUN

During these restricted movement times, we are going to spend all our time at home. I was cooking in the kitchen when I heard Ayden talking. I wondered who he was talking to as Ethan is upstairs. Went out to see him recording a tutorial all by himself 😱 Kids these days…. Anyway here it is! This Paper Plate SUN tutorial video is recorded entirely by Ayden. I need to hide my phone after this. […]

Mar
6
2020

Value for Money Japanese Buffet at Still Waters of Hotel Maya Kuala Lumpur

5-star Hotel Maya prides itself to be a ’boutique urban resort’ in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and we totally agree. The hotel is strategically located in the heart of the city, just 8mins short stroll away from the iconic Petronas Twin Towers and the city’s premier shopping centre, Suria KLCC, Avenue K, Four Seasons Place and access to the KLCC Light Rail Transit (LRT) station.  Inspired by the tranquillity of serene lakes, Still […]

Feb
21
2020

Blackhead Remover Mask

I’ve tried many types of blackhead remover mask but still haven’t found the one that can remove blackheads effectively until I tried the carbon activated one from My Scheming. I must say I am satisfied with the strength of that mask and my blackheads are gone after I peeled off the mask BUT… this is what it looks like while trying to peel the mask off.  Will I use again after this ordeal? Most probably. […]

Feb
18
2020

All About Cubing

The only thing Ethan talks about these days are cubes, football and drums. So to break into his world, I made myself learn one of his language ie cubing. The other day,  I tried to solve the 3×3 while Ethan tries to solve as many cubes as possible before I am done. Did I manage to solve the 3×3? How many cubes did Ethan manage to solve while I was working on my 3×3? Let’s […]

Feb
6
2020

DIY Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

Guys, listen up, this Valentine’s Day, we don’t want chocolates, we don’t want expensive dinners… (we still havent finish digesting all the CNY goodies so stop fattening us up). Just give us gift made of money. Lots and lots of them MONEY gifts. Here are TWO tutorial videos on what you can make out of money. The first is DOLLAR NOTE ORIGAMI HEART and the second is DOLLAR NOTE ROSE. Learn to do these and […]

Jan
30
2020

My Chinese New Year Celebration in Melaka

I had a very fulfilling Chinese New Year celebration back in my hometown this year. We went back on the second day of CNY and I managed to visit almost everyone except my Uncle Benny as we had run out of time and needed to rush back to KL as school reopens quite early for Ethan.  It is the Year of the RAT and since we have 3 rats at home, we celebrate them with […]

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Bukit Gambang Resort City

Melaka: Holiday Inn

Melaka: Hotel Equatorial

Equatorial Hotel Melaka

Melaka: Estadia by Hatten

Estadia by Hatten

Melaka: Novotel

Novotel Melaka

Melaka: Philea Resort & Spa

Johor: Pulai Springs Resort

Pulai Springs Resort, Johor Bahru

Johor: The Crystal Crown Arch

Johor: Dinosaur Alive Water Park

Johor: Legoland

Legoland, Johor

Johor: Hello Kitty

Sanrio Hello Kitty Town, Nusajaya Johor

Perak: The Haven Resort Hotel, Ipoh

Perak: Lost World of Tambun

Perak: Swiss-Garden Beach Resort

T’ganu: Resorts World Kijal

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